Can a good MCAT score compensate for a lower GPA? My August MCAT scores were: V11, P12, B13, WS:R My science GPA is only 3.25 (ouch). However, my science GPA for the last year or so is above 3.5. I only have a couple semesters left and likely won't be able to boost that science GPA up a whole lot more. My hope is that my MCAT scores will at least get me some interviews despite my poor GPA. Any thoughts? - Cameron ps - I'll be applying next summer.